MenuMaid: Remove Unwanted Windows Explorer and IE Context Menu Items

24 August 2010 By Sourojit

Adding application shortcut to context menu is a smart way to perform tasks faster with just a single click. But with time and installation of various applications context menu keeps expanding and may seem too bulky not only for windows explorer but also in IE. These unwanted context menu entries can be easily removed using MenuMaid.

MenuMaid is a free and small windows application that can easily remove context menu items. While the application in executed it shows list of all applications present in the context menu. There are two tabs for windows explorer and IE showing respective context menu entries. To remove these entries just unclick the application you want to remove from the menu. These entries can be added again by just checking on the respective applications.

Download: MenuMaid

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